Free Press Journal
  • sand mining

    Karnataka Cong leader in coup over viral audio clip

    Bengaluru: In fresh embarrassment for the Congress government in Karnataka, a senior party functionary has courted a controversy with an audio clip of her purportedly pressuring a police official into releasing trucks seized for transporting sand during banned hours going viral.

  • priyanka chopra

    Watch these 10 Bollywood Movies to celebrate Priyanka Chopra’s birthday

    Bollywood desi girl Priyanka Chopra celebrates her birthday today. She is not only hot star in Bollywood but also famous in Hollywood. After the success in the role of “Kashibai” in ‘Bajirao Mastani’, Priyanka started debuting in American TV series ‘Quantico’ and ‘Baywatch’. The National Award winning actress has not only made her career in acting but also in music like ‘IN My City’ and ‘Exotic’.

  • Donald-Trump

    Trump to seek NATO support to fight ISIS

    Cleveland (Ohio, US) : US presidential nominee Donald Trump has said he would declare war on ISIS and send “very few” U.S. troops to the Middle East to combat the terrorist group. He made the remarks on Sunday, while speaking in his first interview alongside his new running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, reports the CNN.

  • Ali Abbas Zafar’s next to be a war film ?

    Mumbai: Director Ali Abbas Zafar, who is basking in the success of his latest release “Sultan,” has expressed his desire to make a war film.

  • Harsimrat Kaur Badal

    BJP slams Kejriwal, call him ‘Pakistani agent’

    BJP slams Kejriwal, call him ‘Pakistani agent’Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal on Monday called Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal a Pakistani agent after he slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government for creating ‘India-Pakistan like situation’ in Centre-state relations.

  • BCCI

    Govt officials or ministers can’t be office bearers in BCCI

    New Delhi: No minister or government official can be an office-bearer of the national cricketing body, the Supreme Court on Monday said in a major setback to the BCCI while it also accepted the Lodha Committe recommendation of one state one vote for representation at the BCCI.

  • Raghuram-Rajan

    Current position of rupee is pretty reasonable: Rajan

    Hyderabad: RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan today said the current level of the rupee is “pretty reasonable” and any attempt to devalue it may lead to a surge in inflationary pressures and “offset any benefits”. He also said that India has to go a long way to reach the per capita GDP level of China and needs many more years of  sustainable strong growth.

  • Flood alert issued for north Bihar districts

    Patna: Major rivers in Bihar, especially the Kosi, Gandak, Bagmati and the Ganga, are in spate following heavy rains in their upstream areas, posing a threat of floods, officials said on Monday.

  • Cinematic Rejuvenation: Not 100 crores, not successful?

    Deepa Gahlot says that it is the interest of the industry to make space for new voices and new visions, to encourage the rebel and the out-of-the-box thinker. It could be the cycle of rejuvenation for the industry. 

  • Iraqi cleric Sadr says new US troops ‘a target’

    Najaf (Iraq): A powerful Iraqi Shiite cleric whose militiamen battled US forces after the 2003 invasion has said that hundreds more American troops being sent to Iraq are “a target for us”.

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    Free bus pass for school and college students in Tamil Nadu

    Chennai: Tamil Nadu government today launched the free bus pass scheme for school and college students for the year 2016-17, with Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa giving away smart cards to five beneficiaries.

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    Bangladesh tribunal sentences three to death for 1971 war crimes

    Dhaka: Bangladesh’s International Crimes Tribunal (ICT) on Monday held eight Al-Badr men guilty of crimes against humanity during the 1971 Liberation War and sentenced three of them to death. Five others were sentenced to life in prison.

  • New hope for patients of Type 1 diabetes, psoriasis

    New hope for patients of Type 1 diabetes, psoriasis

    London: Antibodies derived from people suffering from a rare autoimmune disorder may have therapeutic potential for Type 1 diabetes and psoriasis — a chronic, recurrent inflammatory skin disorder, says a study conduced on mice. An international team, led by researchers from King’s College London, analysed samples taken from 81 people with a rare autoimmune disorder called autoimmune polyendocrine syndrome type 1 (APECED).

  • hens

    Why some chickens are resistant to bird flu

    London: The genes of some chickens make them almost completely resistant to a serious strain of bird flu, new research has found. The findings suggest that genetics play a key part in whether the birds are susceptible or resistant to the potentially deadly virus. Until now, scientists around the world have paid little attention to the role the genetics of birds play in the transmission of flu, focusing instead on how the